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Title Poet
Where We Are
Three a.m., the house a foreign country I wake in,
same language but a different inflection,
Julie Suk poet by Julie Suk
on 8/28/2014
The Architecture Of Ruin
At a distance:
seemingly intact piers,
Julie Suk poet by Julie Suk
on 8/28/2014
What We Know Is Not What We Feel
which explains why we shiver
when the heedless stars swing by.
Julie Suk poet by Julie Suk
on 8/28/2014
The Dead
The dead sift through us
without flesh, bone, hair,
Julie Suk poet by Julie Suk
on 8/28/2014
Flying Through World War I
His plane was scarcely more than canvas
stretched across board.
Julie Suk poet by Julie Suk
on 8/28/2014
Loving The Hands
I could make a wardrobe
with tufts of wool
Julie Suk poet by Julie Suk
on 8/28/2014
Divine Providence 3
While coming home from duty place,
I saw a magic of Almighty by His Grace,
Aftab Alam poet by Aftab Alam
on 8/28/2014
Smoke on the Rooftops
Our era was chimney smoke falling
carefully over November rooftops
jim hogg poet by jim hogg
on 8/28/2014
To my coy grand mum
She smile like the rainbow weave me like a child carry me like her precious treasure and care for me like her eye ball.
she never leave me to think a
Emmanuel chibuike poet by Emmanuel chibuike
on 8/28/2014
Miss Flynn Walking The Halls
When she said she wanted us to see
she meant seeing cowslips and musk roses
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
Chopin Mazuraka In A Minor
It passes the childhoods of people
it doesn't know, meeting aunts
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
Mrs. SZMYKLESZCZWLADECZERYNIECKI'S Last Day (1955)
She praises his gift of a tin cat, japanned
and bejeweled and black like her cat at home;
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
Movie Stars Thank My Mother For Her Patronage
Rita Hayworth
We do see you, you know,
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
INSPIRATION 10 WORD
Even an average person can attain greatness if he's inspired.
Inspiration
Beryl Dov poet by Beryl Dov
on 8/28/2014
The Wisest Aunt, Telling the Saddest Tales
They give her lunch, prick her finger for sugar.
Her stories are usually about being unlucky:
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
Matin No. 2
With the morning's bird calls comes a woman's sobbing
and I'm left to eavesdrop, to reconcile sympathy with
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
The Pristine Chapel
a decorous, but too infused structure, and beyond
(the) presumed premise, has always been a vision,
Dog goD 8Hate poet by Dog goD 8Hate
on 8/28/2014
What I Know About Epistemology
As the light goes, go.
Be the rustling in the grass, the fall from
John Surowiecki poet by John Surowiecki
on 8/28/2014
we the people
we the people
we the people just who do they mean by we
glen pugh poet by glen pugh
on 8/28/2014
Next Time
I'll know the names of all of the birds
and flowers, and not only that, I'll
Joyce Sutphen poet by Joyce Sutphen
on 8/28/2014
The Night That Comes Only Once
In dark it's brighter,
These are eyes of love,
Akhtar Jawad poet by Akhtar Jawad
on 8/28/2014
The Goldsmith
A leaf of Gold
fell from the Silver tree
Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken poet by Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken
on 8/28/2014
বাঁকা চোখে দেখো নাকো
বাঁকা চোখে দেখো নাকো,
চোখে রাখো চোখ
Dr. Prabir Acharjee Nayan poet by Dr. Prabir Acharjee Nayan
on 8/28/2014
Cronyism
I have a backbone
I want to stand
Tony Adah poet by Tony Adah
on 8/28/2014
A Poppy Seed is Only A Poppy Seed and You?
A Poppy seed is just that.
Yell at it, scream, kick it,
Monk E. Biz poet by Monk E. Biz
on 8/28/2014
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